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What does NZ bicycle culture look like?

As people who are pro-cycling, we often talk about creating a bicycle culture and what that would mean for NZ. But what would a bicycle culture in NZ really look […]

(Motorways) across the west – what legacy?

Some days, it feels like all the west of Auckland is being dug up for new motorways. From St Lukes (about to begin) to Waterview (digging the tunnel now) to […]

Cyclists Letting the Team Down on New Bayswater Bridge and Path

This is a call to the cycling community to help us call to heel a ‘small minority’ of people cycling who are causing grief on our beautiful new Bayswater walking […]

Where does Auckland cycle (to work)? UPDATED

More Census 2013 data has been revealed, and thanks to some nifty work of Auckland Council and Statistics New Zealand, there is a new tool available that gives you the […]

Stealth road diets: The evolution of the “sneckdown”

As cycle advocates, we know that intersections are the most dangerous part of the roading network for all users and we are often saying that too much street space is […]

Submit on the Unitary Plan!

The deadline for Unitary Plan submissions is this Friday. We think YOU should take the time to submit, because it will be key to how this city will look like […]

Treasure Down South – Roxburgh Gorge and Clutha Gold Cycle Trails

Many of us have ridden the Central Otago Rail Trail (CORT). We loved the huge open spaces, Grahame Sidney panoramas, historic towns full of welcoming hospitality and tales from the […]

Where do the children play?

How many children do you see playing in your street? I live in a cul de sac that is about 200m long and I have never see a child playing […]

Vauban: A sustainable, cycling community

Following on from our post on the Dutch “New Town” of Houten, this post looks at an even more ambitious project in the community (with around 5,000 people) of Vauban, located 4kms […]

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